How barriers to schemes suing collectively are coming down

PP looks at how UK attempts to replicate US-style class actions can help schemes

Stephanie Baxter
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As the UK attempts to replicate US-style class actions, Stephanie Baxter finds it is becoming easier for schemes to seek redress in this country

At a glance Easier and cheaper for schemes to join UK group litigations Attempts to emulate ‘no win no fee’ US class actions Law change could spark flood of FX and Libor class actions...

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